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By H. H. Woodson (auth.), K. D. Timmerhaus (eds.)

1970 marked the 7th go back of the Cryogenic Engineering convention, now affiliated with the nationwide Academy of Sciences during the department of Engineering, nationwide learn Council, to Boulder, Colorado. neighborhood preparations for this year's assembly have back been capably dealt with by way of the collage of Colorado and the Cryogenics department, NBS Institute for easy criteria. The Cryogenic Engineering convention Committee gratefully recognizes the help of those corporations, and especially the Bureau of Continuation schooling of the collage of Colorado, for serving as hosts to the 1970 Cryogenic Engineering convention. The nationwide Academy of Sciences is a personal, honorary association of greater than seven hundred scientists and engineers elected at the foundation of exceptional con­ tributions to wisdom. tested by way of a Congressional Act of Incorporation signed through Abraham Lincoln on March three, 1863, and supported through deepest and public money, the Academy works to extra technology and its use for the final welfare via bringing jointly the main certified participants to accommodate clinical and tech­ nological difficulties of huge importance. less than the phrases of its Congressional constitution, the Academy can also be referred to as upon to behave as an official-yet self sustaining­ adviser to the government in any subject of technological know-how and expertise. This provision money owed for the shut ties that experience consistently existed among the Academy and the govt., even if the Academy isn't a governmental service provider and its actions aren't constrained to these on behalf of the Government.

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In this respect a great deal of work is reported in the literature on the effects of elevated temperatures, but only a few references concerning lowtemperature properties are available to design engineers. One of the most comprehensive papers published on the influence of low temperatures is that of Gniewek and Ploge [1] which deals with Si-Fe and 48 % Ni-Fe strip, both oriented and nonoriented. g. the high Ni-Fe permalloys and Co-Fe alloys. This study has investigated the behavior of a number of commercial alloys at low temperatures in an effort to supply some of the desired information.

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